fatherhap

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  1. Thank you all. From the first time I saw her I new this white cat would catch the attention of people everywhere. I just hope I can do it justice.
  2. Thank you, will have to look into that.
  3. Thank you, she drives and runs as good as she looks.
  4. I talked to a lady from the AACA and was told you can only show it in one and that it can not be moved for 10 years. This is why I am having such a hard time picking one. The first owner purchased the car to race. It was run at Mason Dixon Drag-O-Way (has the stickers under the hood insulation) still has the flat tow shackles under the front bumper. The interior does not have a crease, crack or wrinkle in it. I was looking for a survivor class because it is a true time-capsuled car. Was stored in a garage under cover for almost 27 years. Thanks for your help.
  5. New member looking to show my car. Confused as to which class to show in. HPOF or 36A. I have a 1965 Catalina 2+2, 2 door hard top, 421 Tri power, 4 speed, 8 lug, bucket seats, all factory gages, with 16,385 orginal documented miles in it. The car is original unrestored in show room condition. Have PHS papers. I am 3rd owner and have all previous owners information. Any thoughts on class to enter it in?